<vagrantc>efraim: that seems plausible... will try to debug it a little more in the next days.
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<apteryx>uh; to re-run the install tests after modifying the guix tree, It seems I must restart the guix daemon, as the (current-guix) is added to the store using 'add-to-store', which has a comment saying: ;; Note: We don't stat FILE-NAME at each call, and thus we assume that
<apteryx> ;; the file remains unchanged for the lifetime of SERVER.
*janneke finally has guix build bootstrap-binaries working again on core-updates
<reepca>apteryx: I believe that's referring to the client-side cache it uses to avoid sending the same thing over and over. SERVER refers to the connection to the daemon, which is the data structure that holds that cache IIRC. So to "flush" that cache, you'd close and reopen the connection to the daemon.
<nckx>quiliro: Probably. Why? (That link conspiously lacks a rationale.)
<tune>it's part of putting postmarketOS on a device
<nckx>‘The patches for applying this rather important security protection were provided to upstream for the benefit of other Unix-like systems such as Linux, however the care to apply and maintain them has unfortunately not happened to date.’
<nckx>Got to love obscure Wikipedia articles full of shade.
<quiliro>If it is a fact or not isn't the privilege of someone else to decide. Every person has a right to think the way they want. Propaganda is something else.
<quiliro>Propaganda establishes the common position.
<nckx>Everybody's free to say things that aren't true, but not in an encyclopaedia. There are always loud people denying the facts (climate change being an obvious example), they don't deserve equal representation in an article about those facts.
<quiliro>or even the elite position as the predominant one.
<nckx>Aanyway, back to Xwhatever: it does seem interesting. How does it relate to ‘rootless X’, of which I know nothing also? 🙂
<quiliro>Xenocara is an Xorg with better development quality and more secure. It goes incredibly fast. It has improved 30% the speed of the system.... (Those are the words of Emulatorman, Hyperbola dev)
<nckx>Anyway, I chose my ‘others say…’ example very poorly. Pointing out that ideologies are still a problem today is very relevant to an article on them. But that has nothing to do with Xenocara or its article.